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Feb 28, 2008 Savant Trigger
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Your job's not gonna die
Topics: trance, techno, electro, electronic, music, house
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May 10, 2007 Savant Trigger
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Used only samples from "Tortua," found at: http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2007/05/365_days_129_to.html
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May 6, 2007 Savant Trigger
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New this week: Piano Time 1.) submenu 1 2.) june 3.) Realm of Sleep 4.) Stereo Soundseeing: Ryan vs. Train 5.) Gamemusic02: World Map 6.) Super retro flashback: Scenario Unlimited 7.) Piano Time: World Atlas 8.) august
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May 6, 2007 Savant Trigger
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It's crazy fast and in 3/4 time!
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May 6, 2007 Savant Trigger
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There was a world atlas on the piano strings as I played it.
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May 6, 2007 Savant Trigger
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60-second menu music for an interactive DVD that wasn't used! This menu features a string quartet.
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May 6, 2007 Savant Trigger
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Just until the sun goes down beneath the hill
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May 6, 2007 Savant Trigger
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Ambient, epic?
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May 6, 2007 SavantTrigger
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It's fun, I think.
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May 6, 2007 Savant Trigger
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Depicts traveling to faraway lands.
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Apr 24, 2007 Savant Trigger
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Ryan Carpenter yelling at a train. Good time all around.
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Apr 22, 2007 Savant Trigger
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Music from opening screen of Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time performed on piano.
Topics: piano, zelda, game music
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Apr 22, 2007 Savant Trigger
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One giant leap into the void
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Apr 22, 2007 Savant Trigger
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Series of songs as a tribute to old-school rpg music. This song depicts a peaceful village (presumably before it befalls a great disaster or something).
Topic: video game music
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Apr 22, 2007 Savant Trigger
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Originally designed for DVD menu music, only 60 seconds long.
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Apr 22, 2007 Savant Trigger
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A field recording as I walk past the practice rooms at the music building at my school.
Topics: soundseeing, field recording, music practice
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Apr 22, 2007 Savant Trigger
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electronic music track.
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Apr 22, 2007 Savant Trigger
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An electronic track.
Topics: IDM, electronica, electronic music
Ourmedia
Apr 17, 2007
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Mixture of sound bytes that I find emotionally resonant in regards to the April 16th shootings at Virginia Tech.
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Oct 26, 2006 Greg Sabo
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Song conceived and recorded in one sitting. Inspired by zen.
Ourmedia
Feb 12, 2006
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Sounds a bit sad...or is it creepy?
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Jan 30, 2006 Greg Sabo
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A sort of tribute to Steve Reich's "Drumming," but with a much simpler format. Also has melodic elements with samplings of a piano solo played in reverse.
Topics: piano, drums, reich, electronica, experimental
Ourmedia
Jan 28, 2006
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An electronic work blending tonal and experimental elements with a tone that varies from dark to whimsical. Winner of Illinois Music Educator's Association (IMEA) All-State Composer contest (avant garde/electronic category).
Ourmedia
Oct 2, 2005
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This is essentially a "remix" of the "swedish rhapsody" recording from The Conet Project. I highly recommend going to the Conet Project website to learn more about these amazing recordings: http://www.irdial.com/conet.htm
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Oct 2, 2005
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This is essentially a 'remix' of the 'sweedish rhapsody' recording from the Comet Project. For more info, visit http://www.irdial.com/conet.htm
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Sep 22, 2005
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A fun and slightly perverted dance track about toast. That's right. Toast.
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Sep 6, 2005 Greg Sabo
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The second set of 60-second tracks. I tried to accomplish a wide variety of genres, although most of them would fit under "electronic."
Topic: 60x60
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Aug 12, 2005
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*translation: the window* I went through a bit of a dry spell, mostly consisting of half-finished songs that may or may not ever see the light of day. This song was inspired by a game that was recently released on the DS in Japan called "electroplankton." The "game" really acts more like a musical instrument, with which the player can interact with on-screen plankton and create music not unlike the song I've made here. This was as easy as it sounds. Just one synth with some...
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Aug 12, 2005
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Another song showing my horrid addiction to the voice synth. Altogether well-produced with a simple song structure and some nice synths in there, too. I know that the voice synth is sometimes a bit annoying and buggy, but I don't really have a version in which I would be able to fix such things. I put another drum solo in this one too. Man, am I predictable. By the way, this song uses a piano vamp that I had put into a different song which I never finished.
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Aug 12, 2005
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This is a re-creation of an idea I had shortly before haloween. The main point of the song is its plodding pace and interesting synth line. I added in the solo section in the middle to make it a bit more interesting, although I'm afraid my solos leave something to be desired... This song is very simple, but I really can't imagaine putting anything else on there in addition...
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Aug 12, 2005
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Er... whoops? One night it was about 11 PM and I sat in front of my computer and I thought to myself "I could go to bed... or I could make a song!" What resulted is this lovely piece of work, which I did from start to finish in an hour. Unfortunately, it also appears that the song is also very boring and unispired. Oh, well. Maybe I'll have better luck next time.
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Aug 12, 2005
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I really like this song. It all started when I learned how to put FL Studio in 3/4 time. From there, the drums came naturally, and then some random synths came naturally. The stacatto chord that repeats occasionally is actually a loop that was rendered incorrectly, but it turns out the the mistake was better than the intended product. I used a lot of randomization for the drums, especially randomizing the cutoff filter. I liked the way this turned out. Some of the synth loops are really catchy,...
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Aug 12, 2005
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Here's one I made a over a year ago. This was what I did immediately after purchasing Acid, with which I was very dissapointed. Ironically, this song is also very dissapointing. Not only because it's not very exciting, but because I relied very heavily on pre-made loops. FYI, anything rhythmic was NOT made by me, I just added it from the Acid software, as well as the voice clips. All the melodic stuff was me and FruityLoops. I think what happened was I didn't like the way it sounded, so I just...
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Aug 12, 2005
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This one's for you, Li! I really needed some practice making drum parts, so that I wouldn't have to just use loops anymore, so I made this song. It features a very simple (but catchy) synth melody, backed up by a metric ton of 808 drum synths and a few sliced up loops. I used the sliced loops as the "verses," something to conterpoint the refrain. I made this song in just one day! This was my fastest song yet, with the exception of Stop Motion, which doesn't really count, seeing as...
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Aug 10, 2005
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In Chemistry class last year, there was something called "Mole Day," in which we celebrated the term "Mole," which stands for a unit of measurement, by participating in mole-related activities. One of my projects was to make this song. Mole has a lot of similarities to TOAST, especially because it uses the voice synthesizer a lot. There is actually a minute or two in which all you hear is the voice talking. I added this section because the song had to have some educational...
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Aug 10, 2005
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I suddenly developed an urge to make some Avant-Garde music, and this is what happened as a result. Granted, it's not the best Avant-Garde you'll ever hear, but then again, it's probably the only Avant-Garde you'll ever hear... It's all for sequenced piano (meaning it's not playable). Mostly it's a flow of random tones, which have a general pattern, but lack definition. It build up, becoming more and more chaotic, until it reaches the climax, which is complete randomness. Then it winds down (or...
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Aug 10, 2005
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Ah, toast. This was my second production, which I made about a year ago. I suppose the genre would be considered "happy hardcore," for those of you who know what that is. This is probably my most popular song. I wrote the "lyrics" in 7th grade, which explains the immaturity... The robot voices came from the voice synthasizer in Fruity Loops. Drums all were pre-made, but everything else I produced myself. (I still have trouble with drums.) Warning: this song will make you...
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Aug 10, 2005
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This is the exact song I sent in to IMEA that won me the All-State Composer Award. It's horribly mastered, if you're the type to notice that kind of thing. It's also different from the version found on DJGS. I began this song with a sample found somewhere completely random. I slowed it down. It sounded awesome. I made a song based off of it. It sounded pretty good, too. The end. Most of the song was written right when I first got FruityLoops (which is why it's called The Unknown, becuase I...
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Aug 9, 2005
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I got an assignment from my piano teacher a couple of weeks ago to write a new song based on the chords of "Scrapple from the Apple." It was supposed to be jazz, and I did write a jazz piece, but I also came up with Gumbo Jumbo. I think it sounds a little different than my other stuff merely because I was influenced by the chords I was given (as opposed to me just making stuff up on my own.) I also tried to mimic a jazz "head, solo, head" form, however, the solo ended up...
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Aug 9, 2005 Greg Sabo
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(there aren't anymore waltzes. but this is still the first one.) Last summer I had an urge to write something, anything. So I wrote Waltz One. I used Finale 2002. Then I used FL Studio to render with lots of shiny reverb and computerized velocities. Enjoy!
Topics: waltz, corny, classical, piano, solo piano
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Aug 8, 2005 Greg Sabo
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This is the exact song I sent in to IMEA that won me the All-State Composer Award. It's horribly mastered, if you're the type to notice that kind of thing. It's also different from the version found on DJGS. I began this song with a sample found somewhere completely random. I slowed it down. It sounded awesome. I made a song based off of it. It sounded pretty good, too. The end. Most of the song was written right when I first got FruityLoops (which is why it's called The Unknown, becuase I...
Topics: halloween, scary, electronic, techno
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Aug 8, 2005 Greg Sabo
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A nice simple song, slow and relaxing. It has a nice little melody to it, I think, even though it is a bit to repetitive (there's really nothing else to counterpoint it...) I did a lot of work on all the sound effects throughout, most of which I turned into reversals. I used a rather bulky synth that came with FL Studio called "Sytrus." It's good, but it uses a lot of CPU (so I have to render everything first, something that's a huge pain in FL)
Topics: chill, chillout, peaceful